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? if they don't notice it then just -- "just shut it" that is our show tonight. john: "just shut it" that is a road idea that some people tell me but my hope is this current partial shutdown at -- shut down as the government ceases to operate that some pauses at teaching moment even politicians might realize we don't need all of this sid given that america is going broke we should cut it now. i am probably deluding myself given what i read in the media but not senator lee so you kick started said senator leebamacare movement that led to the shutdown in you don't think that partial shutdown is a bad thing? >> i say that it is unfortunate we had to get to shut down in the first place. we should never be in a position amir told we have to fund all of government to fund any of government. it should not be an end -- all or anything we usually take a segment of federal spending and rigo and independently before the last four and a half years we are operating on a continuing resolution that is an all or nothing funding proposition to keep the government running. it makes no sense to do thi
" that is our show tonight. john: "just shut it" that is a road idea that some people tell me but my hope is this current partial shutdown at -- shut down as the government ceases to operate that some pauses at teaching moment even politicians might realize we don't need all of this sid given that america is going broke we should cut it now. i am probably deluding myself given what i read in the media t not senator lee so you kick started said senator lee obamacare movement that led to the shutdown in you don't think that partial shutdown is a bad thing? >> i say that it is unfortunate we had to get to shut down in theirst place. we should never be in a position amitold we have to funall of government to fund any of government. it should not be an end -- all or anything we usually take a segment of federal spending and rigo and independently before the last four and a half years we are operating on a continuing resolution that is an all or nothing funding proposition to keep the government running. it makes no sense to do things that way especially when we expand government even further t
willis report" is coming up [cheers] [cheers] john: hundreds of union teachers once showed up outside of my office to shout shame on me. why have tenure? now a school reform movement has spread to other countries and unions theare don't like it either. get outside of the protest, there is progress. >> it taught me a lot of things. john: now ron paul is a new tool for homeschooling. >> let me hear your voice. john: but the unions make it hard to innovate. it is not just the unions, they called of resistance that blob. it's like this jabba the hutt thing that can't be bug. the janitors union come the politicians, school board bureaucrats. >> we have four or five people to sign off, we have to get the director of the critically to say that this is crazy to want at least a crazy. john: that's our show tonight. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> and here is john stossel's. john: americans schoolchildren have been caught in a double run monopoly. it is not for lack of money, we have tripled what we have spent on k-12 education by test scores do not allow. the good news is there are all kinds of alternatives th
>> good evening, everyone. welcome to al jazeera america. i'm john siegenthaler. could be furloughed. and people anxious for government flood relief in colorado could be waiting even longer. plus the impact felt on wall street well before the midnight deadline as the markets tumbled on shut down fears. . >> it has been a long day and a long night on capitol hill butter add this moment the senate and the house appear to be far from an agreement. there you see senator chuck schumer in the senate speaking at the moment. if they can't make a deal by midnight eastern time the government will shut down. as this evening is about to become morning, republicans and democrats still firing verbal attacks on each other while the american people are watching and waiting. but there are developments. mike viqueira, mike. >> for those who are frustrated by the snail's pace that sometimes happens around here may be heartened by at least the fact they have batted this ball back and forth several times but to no avail. it started out today in the senate's court when the senate stripped ou
. in the interview with john harwood, he was pretty direct. >> am i exasperated? absolutely i am, this is entirely unnecessary, we have a situation where john boehner, the speaker of the house puts a bill out on the floor, at current funding levels so we can then negotiate on a real budget that allows us to stop negotiating from crisis to crisis, it would pass. the only thing that is stopping it, is that john boehner right now has not been willing to say no to a faction of the republican party that are willing to burn the house down because of an obsession over my health care initiative. >> the president there is continuing to point out that while the shutdown is often described as a fight between democrats and republicans, it is just as much if not more so a fight between speaker john boehner and a fight between his own republican party. the idea of the tea party, any legislator being powerful in the traditional sense is kind of archaic, what boehner was before was an institutionalist, he was first elected to congress in 1990 and has been there ever since. he has risen through the ranks, climbed
of canadians had been jailed for over a month and a half without charge. john greyson, and the claim toronto film maker, and tarek inbani, a dr., were arrested cairo on august 16. they were slated to visit gaza where greyson was to film loubani as he trained emergency room doctors. in a statement smuggled out of their prison cell, greyson and loubani say they were arrested after rushing to the scene of a mass shooting by state forces of supporters of ousted president mohamed morsi. race and says he began filming math whilengs after loubani treated some of the injured. >> they say -- they have since been held in cockroach infested jail cells with as many as 30 six other people. confirmeduthorities their imprisonment has been extended another 45 days, still without charge. greyson and loubani had been on hunger strike for the past two weeks. thee presented all documents. they were going to the hospital coulda so that tarek offer assistance and for john amick the film. we provided the documents that prove this and that they were there by pure coincidence. despite that, they're prisma continues
morning as they looked at the "washington post" and the printed version of "politico." john boehner and his are public colleagues find themselves on an island. they do have ted cruz. tolden center cruise speaker boehner to take up a crusade to defend obamacare, the speaker did it. >> senator chuck schumer of new york. last,isan agreement at neither can stand ted cruz. how does a freshman senator managed to become a poster boy so early in his career? >> it is a classic example. not the first example but maybe the best example of how politicians, when they have media, the ability to command media attention and activist it all.do not need they are contemptuous of the traditional levers of establishment power, staying in good stead with the leaders and staying in good stead with the washington crowd. it is worthless to him. he is using a model that sarah palin and others before him used but he is using it, i think, toh kind of more ability drive a policy debate that i have ever seen. we have seen these comets streak across the sky but we have never seen one exert that much clout on the
's not official until i come to you. any signs anywhere of a possible compromise here? >> on the outside, no. john boehner and house republican leaders came up with their plan. i don't know what we're up to now, l or m perhaps. and they will put on it on the floor of the house of representatives. the senate send back the clean-spending bill with no cuts to the president's health care initiative known as obamacare. the house is going to implement a one-year delay, or this is the plan, a one-year delay in the individual mandate that requires everyone to have insurance. they are also going to do something very controversial within this zip code, and that is they are going to take away their health care and make their and their staffs join the exchanges. once again we heard john boehner harping on the theme. >> the american people are worried about their job, they are worried about their incomes rising, because they are all under pressure, the economy is not growing, why? one of the issues is obamacare. >> we have devolved into the name calling portion of the meeting today. harry reid called them bana
of the "washington post," john dickerson of "slate" magazine and cbs news and john harwood of cnbc and "the new york times." >> award-winning reporting and analysis. covering he's -- history as it happens. live in -- from our nation's capital this is "washington week". corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by -- >> we went out and asked people a simple question. how old is the oldt pepper you've known? we gave pele a sticker and had them show us. a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90's but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed -- the official retirement age. how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all f these years? >> additional corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by northrop grumen. additional funding is provided by the manon berg foundation, the corporation for public broadcasting and by contributions to pbs stations interest -- from viewers like you. thank you. once again, moderator gwen ifill. gwen: good evening. washington has not exactly covered itself with glory this week. many of its elected rep
of washington, d.c. this morning, and he blamed house speaker john boehner for the government shutdown. >> obama: the only thing that is preventing all that from happening right now, today, in the next five minutes is that speaker john boehner won't even let the bill get a yes or no vote because he doesn't want to anger the extremists in his party. that's all. that's what this whole thing is about. >> we have complete coverage of the government shutdown. libby casey is on capitol hill. but we begin with mike viqueira at the white house, good afternoon, mike. so did the president say anything that we haven't heard already today? >> reporter: stephanie, i'm afraid we're still in the shouting stage and the two sides are talking past each other. notwithstanding the president was talking face to face with all four of the republicans and democrats in the house and senate. to call out speaker john boehner if that senate bill, the so-called clean cr with no strings attached it would pass. the problem about john boehner he would have to defy the base of his party was it would pass with democratic oh vote
a 90-minute meeting with the top four leaders in congress. at that podium you saw john boehner. was there any kind of a breakthrough? 90-minute meeting after not talking for a week. we'll go live to the white house. plus one of the lawmaker who pushed for obama care to be included in the fight. rand paul is "outfront" to respond. and the story from the beginning, the violent confrontation between a motorist and a group of people caught on tape. >>> we have news at the top of the hour. president obama and congressional leaders just a moment ago literally, 90 seconds ago, wrapping up a 90-minute meeting at the white house. if the congressional leaders are about to talk about that meeting. john boehner was there a moment ago. i want to get straight -- mitch mcconnell, i believe, is speaking. he is getting into his suv. let me get straight to jim acosta who is at the white house. we saw john boehner speak. who else spoke? a 90-minute meeting. what happened? >> all we've seen so far, you caught me poking down the driveway for a few moments. all we've seen so far is house speaker joh
. secretary of state john kerry will occupy the united states care. william hague, the british foreign secretary will be in the british chair. i don't know about the french and the chinese - we'll find out as time goes on. i think there'll be a display of the great and good of the global political scene. they want to be here to be part of this. >> stand by, we'll continue to watch this. we'll get back to you in a moment. there's a new report saying syria has 1,000 tonnes of chemical weapons, according to the international institute for counterterrorism and could be used in aerial bombs, artillery shells and rockets and ballistic missiles and artillery rounds. the weapons are stored in some 50 cities, in the northern part of the country predominantly in production, research and develop, plants used for peaceful purposes and storage. we are joined from the syria boarder with ria. i know you have talked to people's syria. what are they saying tonight, rawya rx ageh. >> at a time when we see the chemical weapons deal celebrated and hailed in new york and the hallways of the united nations,
>>> good evening, everyone. and welcome to al jazeera america. i'm john siegenthaler in new york. tonight americans are watching the clock and watching washington. >> the idea of putting the american people's hard-earned progress at risk is the height of irresponsibility and it doesn't have to happen. >> a warning from president obama. the impact felt on wall street as the markets tumble on shutdown fears. what else could happen if lawmakers can't agree. colorado flood victims might have to wait for federal help. and the impact on u.s. military bases where civilians could be facing furlough. ♪ >>> the u.s. government is now hours away from a shutdown. it hasn't happened in 17 years. today democrats and republicans were blaming each other as president obama warned the country about the consequences of failing to fund the federal government. mike viqueira joining us live from capitol hill with the latest. mike? >> john there is no deal at this point. president obama called all four leaders of congress, basically laid down the law once again, he would not allow obamacare to be hel
. okay, president obama just spoke exclusively with john harwood on the budget crisis in washington. let's listen to a portion of that. >> during the course of my presidency, i have bent over backwards to work with the republican party. and have purposely kept my rhetoric down. i think i'm pretty well known for being a calm guy. sometimes people think i'm too calm. and am i exasperated? absolutely i'm exasperated because this is entirely unnecessary. >> well, that's off to a good start. we'll have the rest of the exclusive interview in just a moment and get immediate reaction from an all-star panel, including larry kudlow, democratic strategist, jimmy williams and aide to george w. bush, sara fagan. let's get a quick check of highway the markets are closing. stocks cutting losses toward the end triggered by worries over how long the government shutdown could last. bob, the marketses shrugged this off yesterday. what happened today? >> down three of the last four sessions. put up the dow jones industrial average. it started a lot worse. we had a poor private sector report, private sector
shutdown. >> at the united nations, john kerry meets with his counterpart from iran amid reports of a breakthrough on syria chemical virginia governor candidates square off. >> he has referred to gay individuals as soulless human beings. >> the soulless comment is false. ♪ >> welcome to "inside washington ." i am mark shields, filling in for gordon peterson. as the report this program, it is not clear whether the congress will avert the government shutdown on tuesday. the outcome depends on the ability of republicans to reconcile two factions of their own party -- those who worry they will take the blame if a government shutdown occurs, and those, including texas senator ted cruz, who believes the threat of the shutdown could force the defunding of the affordable care act, known as obamacare. >> no congress before this one has ever, ever, in history been irresponsible enough to threaten default. to blackmail a president into giving them some concessions on issues that have nothing to do with the budget. in hispresident has dug heels, refusing to negotiate, and conservative repu
to be politically provocative. >> earlier, john boehner defended the bill that the house passed over the weekend, that included a one-year delay in the healthcare law, arguing it is not ready for prime time. >> nobody knows what the rules are. employers are scared to death to hire new employees. cutting hours of many of their current employees. >> president obama addressed the deadlock after a meeting this morning with israel's prime minister. >> i said before, congress has two responsibilities. to pass a budget and pay the bills. >> unless one side blinks, the government faces a partial shutdown at midnight tonight. the first in 17 years. >> about 800,000 federal workers will be forced off the job without pay. passports and visas will be delayed. mortgage applications will not be processed. neither will gun permits. and national parks were closed. air traffic control will keep running. and the u.s. military will stay on the job. cbs news, capitol hill. >> some religions are calling on conservative house members. >> down. >> if the government shuts down, what would happen in california? m
see john boehner out there on the media skillet the less you see of ted cruz. this is a pathetic example of a politician who's never gotten a positive piece of legislation passed but spends his time sabotaging government.ent obama met with the congressional leaders of both parties at the white house. howard, let's talk about the setup before tonight. where are we with this speaker of the house? he's got the heat on his back. on his backside. let's be blunt here. he's facing a tremendous torture. you can see it in his face. how long will it take for the moderates in his party to give him enough backing where he can make a move and make a lesser demand on the president, one that he might be able to accept? >> well, chris, we're he an all counting, one by one, republicans are saying, privately first and then publicly, in the house, that they would be willing to vote for a so-called cr, meaning go ahead, fund the government without conditions. right now there may be 16 or 17 of those republicans. that would be enough -- >>> so that the leadership doesn't fail. >> let's look at this.
it in the surrounding area. but he was really there to blast john boehner saying time and time again if he could just bring democrats into this process, then the bill would pass. there is some justification for that. i don't think there's any question that that is the case. but he blasted john boehner time and time again. >> the only thing that is preventing all of that from happening, right now, today, in the next five minutes is that speaker john boehner won't even let the bill get a yes or no vote because he doesn't want to anger the extremists in his party. that's all. that's what this whole thing is about. >> so where are we? >> we are nowhere? there is no glimmer of hope or outward signs of a change. the president brought though congressional leaders, including john boehner to tell them face-to-face what he has said from his podiums, he will not negotiate with a gun to his head. here is a little bit more. >> the longer this goes on, the worse it will be. and it makes no sense. the american people elected their representatives to make their lives easier, not harder, and there's one way out of th
's interesting that the more this government shut down hurts and is seen hurting, the more you see john boehner out there on the media skillet the less you see of ted cruz. this is a pathetic example of a politician who's never gotten a positive piece of legislation passed but spends his time sabotaging government. john boehner stands out there on the bridge while this blows out. whose decision was it to put a senate hold on a meeting between the senate and house budget committees? that lack of appropriations bills passed and signed by the president exposed the entire u.s. government to shut down and who was it that demanded as a price for the passage of a continuing resolution the destruction of the affordable care act? ted cruz. the man who's now standing back and watching the government crash in. within the last hour, president obama met with the congressional leaders of both parties at the white house. howard, let's talk about the setup before tonight. where are we with this speaker of the house? he's got the heat on his back. on his backside. let's be blunt here. he's facing a tremendous t
from john boehner. after 1:00, this is going to be awesome. have a great night. stay with us. >>> midnight came, and midnight went. congress did not keep the government runs. and still, amazingly, ironically, republicans did not stop obamacare. >> what a shameful day this is. >> the government of the united states of america will close. >> they're talking now about not raising the debt creeling. >> i'd like to say good evening, but it isn't a very good one. >> the president is the one who's driving the government shut down. >> the president's not willing to come to the table. >> he wants the checkbook. >> maybe he's not the problem. >> the president's not asking for anything. >> you've got to get a life. >> this is not a game of chicken. >> i sort of feel sorry for speaker boehner. >> the sheer ridiculousness. >> the republicans have left the plane of reason. >> tomorrow will be a bad day for government, a day of celebration in the house. >> government shut down watch. >> this one is a complete shutdown. >> the finale. >> as a result, you're about to shut down the government.
. >>> early today, in an exclusive interview with cnbc's john harwood, the president said he's willing to negotiate, but then he said he's not willing to negotiate. i don't know which it is. he also said that wall street should be worried about the government shutdown and debt ceiling battle, but so far he's not willing to knock heads together and frankly shows no signs of urgency. we will analyze what the president said with our expert panel, all of those stories in "the kudlow report", beginning right now. ♪ >>> until tonight's 5:30 p.m. leadership meeting, president obama had been notice bled absent from these negotiations, but our own cnbc's john harwood scored an exclusive interview with the president today. he asked the president where he would negotiate. >> well, i'm prepared to negotiate on anything. i think it's important for you to talk about how we create a budget that is creating jobs, encouraging growth, dealing with our long-term debt issues. the deficits are coming down at the fastest pace since world war ii, but we still have some challenges in terms of our long-term
from a 90-minute meeting with the top four leaders in congress. at that podium you saw john boehner. was there any kind of a breakthrough? 90-minute meeting after not talking for a week. we'll go live to the white house. plus one of the lawmaker who pushed for obama care to be included in the fight. rand paul is "outfront" to respond. and the story from the beginning, the violent confrontation between a motorist and a group of people caught on tape. >>> we have news at the top of saying at this point, the white house will not negotiate over this shutdown that is now into day two. obviously, house republicans would like to see some sort of concession on obama care. the president, if you listen to what john bain her to say right after this meeting, the white house is not offering that. what john boehner said, he still wants to have conferrees pointed. what does that mean? what house republican wos like to have the senate do is send members from the senate into a joint house senate conference to try to work out some sort of agreement. senate democrats have obviously balked at that. tha
speaker john boehner ready to do at the 11th hour. >> senate decided not to work yesterday. >> boehner has handed the gavel over to cruz. >> harry reid has essentially told house of representatives and american people, go jump in a lake. >> how can you hold the entire federal government hostage? >> i don't think you hear responsible republican leaders advocating a shutdown. >> begging for america to fail. >> we are the party willing to compromise. >> that's like saying instead of chopping off both your arms, we'll chop off only one arm. >> i am at only open to but eager to negotiations. ♪ after midnight we're going to let it all hang down ♪ ♪ >>> good afternoon. we begin with the only question that's ringing around the corridor with the capitol this afternoon. is eight hours enough to stop a government shutdown? with the countdown clock ticking, the nation is bracing itself for what could be the first government shutdown in nearly two decades and the deal is struck before midnight. the senate in session all of 20 minutes today before they voted to reject a house bill that would delay
? >> john harwood is our chief washington correspondent and he joins us now along with eamon. kay bailey hutchison is the former senator from texas and . m.j. lee is from politico. good afternoon to all of you. >> how are you? >> the senator will join us shortly, we believe. m.j. lee, first to you. how much is washington do you think looking to the dow jones industrial average in setting policy here? >> i think the dow jones is not exactly at the center of what politicians are caring about right now. if that's the sense that we're getting, that politicians in washington are not really looking to the markets, i think that largely speaks to the fact that our markets have really not been panicking a lot. even as late as last week when these negotiations were going on, the markets really, i think, were under the assumption that a shutdown would be averted. but i think over the weekend when it became clear that house members and senate members were not about to reach an agreement easily, you know, i think the markets certainly became a little bit more fearful action hence sort of the decline
's going to go. basically, probably it will go as long as john boehner thinks it needs to go until he can say eureka or look at the house conservatives and say i played all my moves. we did everything we could and thought the good fight. let's get the government up and running. >> i guess my fundamental question is this, john boehner didn't want to be in this position. he had -- the right wing of the party said you lay down on the ground in front of this truck and do it over this budget. don't wait for the debt ceiling. but if they end up caving and end up losing do they have the ability to fight over the debt ceiling or did they just completely lose altogether? >> i have to tell you that's a very astute question, erin that is part of the concern i had heard from house republicans they are using their arsenal for the debt ceiling on this bill which they didn't want to do. and at the end of the day they could hurt the republicans' hand when they negotiate on the debt ceiling -- [ speaking foreign language ] [ inaudible ] >> dana will be with us for the next 55 minutes. the president has re
and bears." gary b. smith, tracy byrnes, jonas farris, john layfield, and bernard witman. welcome to everybody. john, the impact on jobs. >> yes. absolutely. i don't know where the administrati administration's head is. no offense to the administration, but people who are proponents of this are ignoring the facts, from investors business daily, there the express employment ceo bob funk who says, our business is booming right now because people are hiring temporary workers to fill full-time slots to get around obama care. the administration has come out and said that health care costs are already coming down. the fact is, i2009, you started to see this trend before obama care ever kicked in. and the kaiser institute just came out and said 77% of lowering health care costs -- of not expanding, not lowering, but not expanding, came to due to an economic slowdown. there is a huge cost to this. this is not free. and it's not just borne by the individual. this is projected to cost the government $1.4 trillion. we're going to borrow it from china. and as gary b. points out so well, very
and practicing attorney and abc television networks before starting her television career and next is john. i met john about 10 years ago when he was starting off and had this crazy idea of operating a training center for public defenders and he did. he's no now the president and founder and one of the contributors to gideon's army, he's from john marshall law school where he teaches law and criminal procedure. he was in the post katrina and new orleans center. he trained people in the film. he received an advocacy fellowship and named a public interest fellow by harvard law school. next we have maurice call well. he was convicted in the housing project here in san francisco. there was no physical evidence linking him to the crime yet he was still convicted based on the false testimony of a single neighbor. he was sentence to life behind bars. in prison mr. colwell contacted the center for help and located two witnesses who saw the murder and said mr. colwell was not involved in anyway. they located the real killer who confessed and he committed the murder. that man is serving a life sentence f
time the republicans got the blame, is this just as john mccain said to me the same movie being replayed. >> the republicans are being blamed more than the democrats in our brand new cnn poll that came out today. the republicans will be blamed. a lot of those republicans who served back in '95, '96 are fully aware of what happened then. what happened then was very obvious. it helped propel bill clinton to get re-elected in 1996. he was in deep trouble and his job approval numbers were not good, but coming out of those two government shutdowns, he went ahead and he never looked back. he beat bob dole in his bid to get re-elected. a lot of republicans including john boehner remember that, but there are plenty of them in congress who don't remember what happened then and are willing to fight this fight right now topher obama care. it's going to be a brutal fight. you know, there's other ways to fight this battle, but they're insisting on fighting it right now. i suspect though eventually, probably sooner rather than later, john boehner will find a way to get there be some sort of c
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